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5 Tools For Finding Influencers to Follow on Twitter and Attract Candidates

5 of the best tools to find influencers on Twitter - ideal for recruiters.

Engaging with influencers is one way to grow your following. We've compiled a list of 5 tools to help you identify influencers in your industry so that you can increase your reach and attract candidates.

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5 Tools For Finding Influencers to Follow on Twitter and Attract Candidates

  1. 1. 5 TOOLS FOR FINDING INFLUENCERS TO FOLLOW ON TWITTER AND ATTRACT CANDIDATES Pocket-sized Social Media Tips From PocketSocial.co.uk @mypocketsocial
  2. 2. 11 Followerwonk Search your followers to find influencers. Simply add keywords into the search function, and Followerwonk will scan their bios to find the relevant users. It also gives a social media authority rating. So if you want to find an who has experience in the tech industry, use keywords like ‘technology’ or ‘CTO’.
  3. 3. 22 Buzzsumo Buzzsumo displays the users who tweet the most about a certain topic. It also shows you stats such as their Twitter follower count, domain authority and page authority - all in one page. Use search terms relevant to your industry to find the best influencers.
  4. 4. 33 Topsy Topsy allows you to analyse Twitter conversations in the past. You can find influencers based through what they’ve tweeted about, and then view an instant comparison of the biggest influencers for each topic. Think about the topics your ideal influencer would talk about, and then search for it.
  5. 5. 44 Traackr Knowing how well your influencers are benefitting you is just as important as finding them. Traackr has an analytics feature to help you decide whether you want to continue engaging with an influencer, or if they’re not making that much of an impact on your Twitter account.
  6. 6. 55 Kred Kred actively encourages people to make connections, by rewarding them for doing so. You gain points every time you retweet, reply, follow or mention another twitter user. These points add up, and they’re called your Outreach Level. Kred is also a measurement for social influence, allowing you to determine how influential a user is on Twitter.
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